I had written it as a hub, but didn't know how to transfer it to here. The original is an actual hub I have posted.
The day dawned early, the bright sunlight filtering through Sabrina's bedroom windows. Stretching her arms above her head, Sabrina winced as her knuckles accidently slammed into the headboard. Shaking the pain off, Sabrina rubbed her eyes tiredly, not wanting to get out of the cozy comfort of her bed. This thought was only encouraged by the fact she was completely cocooned in the two comforters she had slept with for warmth.
Finally, with a sigh of regret, Sabrina uncovered herself only to feel the chill air hit her skin instantly. The weather forecast had called for a chilly night, but she hadn’t expected it to be this cold. Looking around her bedroom, she saw that for some ungodly reason she had left her warm slippers, as well as her warm robe, by the chair near her bedroom door. Standing on the hardwood floor, Sabrina felt as if her toes were instantly turned to ice. Racing across the room, she quickly slipped her feet into her bright pink slippers, as well as her equally bright pink robe.
Finally feeling slightly warm again, Sabrina shuffled her way down the hallway to look at the thermostat. She nearly choked as she realized that it had been turned off the whole night, making the temperature of the room a dismal forty degrees. Quickly she turned the temperature up before making her way to the kitchen. Sabrina started making coffee, stifling a yawn that wanted to emerge. While she waited for the coffee to dispense, she idly looked out the kitchen window. The sight that she beheld made her gasp, her eyes immediately filling with delight.
Rushing to her back door, she threw it open to take in the wonder that was before her. The empty tree limbs that had stuck up in the air, now hung down due to the weight that was laid on them. Not one blade of grass or gravel of dirt could be seen. Every inch of the ground was covered in the snow. Ice was what weighted down the tree limbs, giving them the look that giant ice cycles had been put there to decorate the tree.
Sabrina walked out in the snow covered ground, with just the slippers on her feet. Her mouth was open with amazing, gazing around the wonderful sight. It had been fifteen long years, when she had been an eight year old little girl in Northern Michigan, since she had seen snow.